Hello, friends! Are you planning on going to the NASCAR race at Sycamore Speedway this weekend? If so, you might be wondering about the availability of ADA (American Disability Agency) compliant seating. Let’s see if there’s any special needs seating available at this year’s race!
Special Needs Seating
The first thing you are going to notice when you enter the venue is the section of green stadium seating in the front rows. These are available on a first-come, first-served basis, so you may want to get there early to get a good seat. Unfortunately, these seats are not accessible for persons with disabilities, nor are they suitable for those with limited mobility. If you are in a wheelchair and planning on using these seats, you will not be able to see the entire track because of the barriers in the way. You will also not be able to move around easily if you are in the back, and the space is rather small for three people or more.
If none of the above options suit you, then you may want to look into the other options available. One of the most suitable options is the general admission bleachers. Those attending the game can enjoy the show from any seat and will not be restrained by ticket restrictions or special needs seating. The downside is that these are located at the back of the stadium and have no television screens for the races. Also, there is no atmosphere or historical importance associated with these seats.
If you’re still deciding what to do, then it’s best to choose one of the above options. You will not be sorry if you make the right choice. In some cases, you might not even notice that you’re missing out on some special features because you’re not paying attention to anything other than your team. Going to a sporting event has never been easier! With increased accessibility throughout the entire process, from parking, to eating, and even getting to your seat, you can rest assured that everyone will be able to enjoy the show.